Open at all hours of the day, Julio's Crossing caters to almost everyone. If you need gas, come to Julio's. Ready to pop in a scary movie? Popcorn and hot drinks are here. No groceries and are starving? Order a pizza from Julio's. They have almost everything that you could get at last minute.
The down-town area of Sofia has a good five mile radius. All the buildings differ greatly and are made of stone, giving the down-town a vaguely old-timey, warm feel. On the end of the main road is the entrance down to the beach. Many cafes, small businesses, and shops are located here as well as a residential district.
The Río del Este Plaza is a popular shopping district near the harbor that attracts many tourists. Due to the closeness of several kinds of restaurants, activities, and stores, locals also spend a surplus amount of time here. Festivals often happen in the streets with many smaller businesses taking part.
Roughly translated to "The Bull," El Toro is a restaurant that both locals and tourists flock to because of its cheap prices. It makes plenty of random dishes, which culinary majors come to guess what is in them. They will get a prize if they guess correctly.

The Commerce District

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The Commerce District
Many restaurants and bistros can be found throughout Sofia, but they are primarily circling around the Commerce district. It's also where there are a lot of stores and shops, with stalls of food or colorful scarves dotting the stone-paved streets. Occasionally, you may find someone playing an instrument on the corners of streets.
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